Four years ago, I had an unfortunate accident in one of the City of Toronto's public parking locations in the Downtown area. I was rear-ended by a reversing SUV vehicle. The driver of the vehicle came out and was very apologetic. He was especially remorseful because I was on my clergy attire; I forgave his unfortunate miscalculation. As times went by, and after continuing treatment, it came out that the accident was not a minor one, but an injury that carries chronic repercussions to my well-being. I approached my MV insurance provider and sought for help for my continuing treatment...I was denied. A friend of mine referred me to Campisi LLP Personal Injury Lawyer. A fine and soft-spoken individual came and visited me; he is Cesar Carranza. I told him I don't want to sue, but to seek support for my on-going medical and rehab treatment. He gave me his word that Campisi will respect my intentions. The same intentions I told to my lawyer, Imtiaz Hosein, a kind, soft-spoken, and well-intentioned individual, and yet a very resolute lawyer that puts his client's interest at the forefront of his practice. In the end, there was no litigation (as I desired it and was made possible by an expert navigation of my lawyer), rather an excellent settlement that addressed my long-term treatment.
It's a long review, but I believe it's still not enough to express my gratitude to Campisi specifically to Cesar, to my outstanding lawyer, Imtiaz, and to law clerks that I knew had worked so hard behind the scene to help me get the support that I was praying for. And finally, from my own evidenced-based experience, I surely recommend Campisi to other MVA victims who are looking for a client-centered injury law firm. +Marc, mscj